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Old 02-10-2013, 08:53 AM
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How to fill gap from ram air hood to filter box

I have a fiberglass ram air hood on my 07'. How do I fill the gap from the ram air hood and my filter box. The filter is S&B. The gap looks like it is about 4"-6". I want the air coming from the hood to go into the filter not my engine compartment. Is there any kits or do I just make one I can't find any info at all about this.
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Make a template out of cardboard, cover it with plastic and then fiberglass it. Remove the cardboard and plastic and it is done.
Rough up the underside of the hood where it will attach to it and use fiberglass to attach the two together.
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Thanks I might try that but connect it to the filter box instead of the hood. Any body else how would you do it? I would like a few idea's
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